The True Meaning of Nursing
There were numerous theories written about nursing. Each theory was tested on all the elements and they fit into this science of caring. Could it be then that nursing is not a theory but a natural human phenomena of self-preservation and existence?
The Wisdom of Florence Nightingale
Were there none who were discontented with what they have, the world would never reach anything better. ~ Florence Nightingale
Mothers & Nurses
Being a mother and a nurse is one of the greatest challenges a woman can have. Many of you have done it, while others are currently with young children and even more will have children; being both is difficult but doable and gives you the fulfillment of a lifetime achievement.
Nurse, Mom, Nur-sing, Mo-the-ring …..You are Beautiful!
To all mom-nurses, we greet and salute you all,
Happy Mother's Day, Everyday
I will take this opportunity to ponder some on the evolving change on how I view motherhood in modern times. Once a mother, you are always a mother, however, your mothering role will change in every phase of your life as well as your children's. The traditional roles will change into something more to fit into the needs of both of you. Remember, mothers have needs, too.
Let your own imagination flow and see how this thought of motherhood apply to you and perhaps it will help you find where you and your mother belong at this time and place. Let the relationship go deeper into the real essence of motherhood, when the connection goes beyond the chord at birth into a meeting of two minds, soul and spirit.
Does anybody need a mother?
BECOMING WISE: Your Wisdom Come
"We need to think differently in order to learn, that really, there is no right or wrong answer in life, it depends on your perception and how you look at things."
First Lessons of the Day
It was few days after the blizzard of NY. Streets remain covered with tons of snow, no longer pure and white but melty, black and dirty from the sidewalks. I saw a woman running fast making her way from the piles of snow to catch a bus which has just left and now a little bit off from the bus stop and waiting for the green light. By the time the woman reaches the bus, the driver started the bus and did not pick her up. There may be rules for the bus, but….a little kindness?
“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that someone might do the same for you.”
I expect to pass through this life but once. Therefore, if there be any kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do for another human being, let me do it
now, for I shall not pass this way again.